According to him, the Cabinet will extend the current state of epidemiological emergency and at the same time the state of health emergency until the end of this year. Orbán’s comments were made in a regular interview with public radio station Kossuth Rádió.
The Prime Minister indicated that he does not see a solution to the fourth wave of the pandemic in wearing the hijab, from which he does not want anyone to be expelled. He called on Hungarian residents to get vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine.
On June 17, the Hungarian government extended the epidemic alert and state of health emergency for another six months, which was announced last year.
In the past 24 hours, 479 cases of novel coronavirus were confirmed in the country, and five more patients died of COVID-19. There are currently 7,259 infected people. The number of vaccinated people exceeded 5.8 million, two doses of the Covid vaccine received nearly 5.6 million people, and the third dose was given to 590,000 people.
The parents examined the children and detected the spread of the disease
In the Hungarian village of Pilisborosjenő in Pest county, they had to close a primary school after parents tested their children and discovered the spread of a new type of coronavirus. According to news server 24.hu, the government’s efforts are to maintain full-time education in schools, but under the given situation, this is not entirely possible.
Ersbet Nagy, a member of the Republican Council of Democratic Teachers’ Unions (PDSZ), told ATV on commercial television that she learned of the Pilisborosjenő case from her parents, and the unions were not informed of it from any official sources. She added that only two classes were still working at the school. According to the available information, it is possible that the infection began to spread among first-graders.
Nagy noted that due to the impending situation, they are asking for compulsory leave in more and more schools. According to her, there are no larger municipalities or cities from which they would not report having to send classes into quarantine.
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